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Adam Sandler Had Scary On-Set Accident

The actor won critical acclaim for his role as Howard Ratner in 'Uncut Gems,' but he almost didn't live to see it.

Golf Coverage Prompts New Trump Attacks

President Trump launched another series of attacks on Joe Biden on Monday in defense of his golfing twice in Virginia over the holiday weekend.

Illnesses Continue To Rise At Meat Plants

The Washington Post and the New York Times have front-page stories Tuesday on the nation's meat plant.

Minority Activists Issue Threat To Joe Biden

One candidate has many qualities Joe Biden is looking for in a running mate, but activists say no way.

6-Year-Old Makes Unbelievable Discovery

A six-year-old boy found an object that dates back to the late Bronze Age at Israel’s Tell Jemmeh archaeological site.

Another 'Miracle Drug' For Coronavirus Doesn't…

While people are waiting for a cure-all to get back to their lives, potential miracle drugs aren't measuring up yet.

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NHL Wants to Go Straight to Playoffs

The National Hockey League says its regular season is over—but the playoffs could still happen. The league has released a "Return to Play" plan that includes 24 of its 31 teams in playoffs that will take place in two "hub cities," one for the Eastern Conference and one for...

Asia stocks mixed on uncertainty over Hong Kong…

Major Asian stock markets are mixed as U.S.-Chinese tension over Hong Kong competes with optimism about recovery from the coronavirus pandemic

5 Men In Race To Be The First Trillionaire

The world’s first trillionaire is expected to be minted before the end of the decade, though exactly who that will be is unclear, as the fortunes of even the most fortunate have felt the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Those in the running include titans of e-commerce, technology wizards, and people whose fortunes hinge on professional sports and the hospitality industry.

Safety Tips for When You Return to the Gym

Safety Tips for When You Return to the Gym Boston University epidemiologist Ellie Murray says there is a "spectrum of risk" as businesses reopen. According to Murray, the biggest risk at the gym comes from indoor small group exercise classes. A report from 'Business Insider' says over 112 COVID-19 cases in South Korea came from one fitness workshop. For any class, Murray says people should have up to 12 feet of space between each other. You will want to clean equipment before using it, so make sure you have access to hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. Try to cut down time spent in a gym's locker room, showers, sauna and bathroom. Your best bet is to arrive in your workout gear and use your shower at home afterwards. Ellie Murray, via Lifehacker Work out outside as much as possible, as open spaces are less of a threat than confined spaces. Be sure to still carry sanitizer and wipes with you when handling outdoor equipment, such as a pull-up bar.

4 Cops Fired Over Death of Unarmed Black Man

Four Minnesota police officers involved in the death of an unarmed black man are "no longer employees," says Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo. The four officers were fired after video surfaced of a white officer kneeling on the handcuffed man's neck while he repeatedly said "I can't breathe." Minneapolis Mayor...

WHO Expects Hydroxychloroquine Safety Findings In…

The World Health Organization on Tuesday promised a swift review of data on hydroxychloroquine. This review should be available probably by mid-June, reports Reuters. Safety concerns prompted the group to suspend the malaria drug’s use in a large trial on COVID-19 patients. A final decision on the harm, benefit or lack of benefit will be made once the evidence is reviewed. There are already 17 countries currently studying it under a group called Solidarity. Separate hydroxychloroquine trials include a 440-patient U.S. study are continuing enrollment.

DOJ Investigating Ahmaud Arbery Case As A Hate…

Arbery's family attorney says a meeting with the DOJ sparked an investigation into whether Arbery's killing was racially motivated.

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NASA and SpaceX gets "okay" for historic launch…

NASA and SpaceX received the green light to perform a historic launch in Cape Canaveral, Florida, as part of their joint venture on Wednesday, May 27.

Irresistible (Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Irresistible' starring Steve Carell, Chris Cooper, Alan Aisenberg, Matt Lewis, Sasha Morfaw

Kevin Hart: I Lied to Doctors After My Crash

Kevin Hart's world was changed by the horrific car crash he was in last year. Now he's sharing just how bad the injuries caused by that crash were. In an appearance on the "Joe Rogan Experience" podcast that was released Monday, the actor said he had his spine fused—the...

Gov. Whitmer's New Headache Involves Her Husband…

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has garnered a slew of coronavirus-related headlines these past couple months. But this week has brought one that also includes the words "husband" and "boat." The Detroit News reports on the "purported request" from Marc Mallory that NorthShore Dock LLC get his boat in the water...

Virus expands grip in many areas, as US nears 100…

South Korea has reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks and India reported another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expands its grip across much of the globe

Human And Chimp Babies Share Unusual Trait: Study

Scientists have found some similarities in the rate at which human and chimp babies develop.

1 in 5 US Educators Won't Go Back to Reopened…

1 in 5 US Educators Won't Go Back to Reopened Schools, Survey Says Poll results from 'USA TODAY/Ipsos' add that one in four teachers 55 and older say they won't return. The polls surveyed just over 500 teachers ranging from kindergarten through high school. 403 parents of school children from the same grade range participated as well. Ipsos president Cliff Young, via 'USA Today' 83 percent of educators also claim they're unable to properly do their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. That comes despite 86 percent of parents saying their kids have the necessary technology for digital learning. Middle school teacher J.W. White, who participated in the survey, is concerned about how school systems will adapt post-coronavirus. J.W. White, via 'USA Today' Other poll results add that a majority of parents support extending the school year, but teachers are opposed. Compared to 46 percent of parents, 76 percent of teachers are also concerned about kids falling behind in their studies. A majority of both sides agree on combining online and in-person classes, which would see kids in school two or three days a week. Eight out of ten teachers plan to wear masks in school, but even more say enforcing social distancing will be a challenge.

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Brazil Now Has World's Highest Daily Virus Death…

Brazil now has the second worst coronavirus outbreak in the world, according to official figures—and unlike the US, which has the world's worst outbreak, the daily death toll is rising. Reuters reports that on Monday, Brazilian COVID-19 deaths rose above the US daily toll for the first time, with...

Spotify: Finally Allows No Limit Library Songs

Long before Spotify was a thing, I collected music on my computer during my college days. That collection, which had everything from Cradle of Filth to Dashboard Confessional, to Reverend Horton Heat, easily surpassed 10,000 songs by the end of my first semester as a freshman. I definitely had to spend a lot of money on the requisite hardware, but now that we’ve been able to stream music to our phones for a while, there’s no such thing as limits—at least that’s how it’s often felt. But Spotify has capped the number of items you can add to your library for a long time.